From NHL.com’s ‘Across the Pond’
“During the season, we usually try to see the player several times. You can’t go too much off one game or even one tournament. You get an impression of the player but you have to continue to evaluate. On the other hand, it’s not good to see someone more than 10 times, because then you start to focus only on the negatives. —Håkan Andersson from the Hlinka prospect tourney in Finland.
Thought that this was a good follow-up to all of the prospect talk that we’ve had over the past few days. Are the other 29 teams paying attention to what the Grand Master of scouting Europeans has to say? I hope not.